Namibian cricketers are in awe of the facilities provided by Lahore Qalandars’ High-Performance Center. Terming them the world-facilities, four of them have expressed their desires to participate in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Paying thanks to their counterpart David Wiese, they said he has been helpful in connecting them with LQ and visiting Pakistan. Consequently, it has been a chance for them to utilize world-class cricketing facilities.
Four Namibian cricketers have also talked to the PCB, discussing their future in PSL and showing their interest in taking part in Pakistan Domestic Cricket. As reported, the names are Picky Ya France, Nicol Loftie-Eaton, Mauritius Ngupita, and Mauritius Ngupita.
Picky has already become a fan of Shaheen Shah Afridi’s bowling, another great talent dug out by LQ. He narrates,
“The standard of cricket in Pakistan is very high and we will get the opportunity to learn.”
Meanwhile, Shaun, one of the millions of fans of Babar, says that he is thankful for Wiese’s assistance,
“He has played in different countries of the world and in the PSL, his guidance is always useful, there is a good opportunity to prepare for the World Cup Qualifiers in Lahore, there will be plenty of T20 matches to be played in the Namibia League starting from September 1.”
Loftie thanks to the LQ High-Performance centre facilities. He quotes,
“It’s been good so far, the hospitality of the people here is amazing, and everyone is friendly and welcoming to us. The food has been amazing too,”
“Lahore Qalandars High-Performance Center has world-class facilities, we don’t have such resources for training in our country,”
Ngupita has become a fan of M Hafeez and says,
“The weather is a bit humid compared to back home, but now we are used to it. Pakistan food is very tasty, it has a lot of spice, and we are enjoying it a lot,”
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